Training Handouts

One of the ways that we can think about getting from one state to another is to think about how people are likely to view any reasonably large-scale transition and use type preferences as shown in this model as a "filter" through which we may gain a deeper understanding of what people may be thinking. eResource

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No matter what coaching approach is utilized, the relationship between the coach and coachee is always likely to be more effective if both parties appreciate their own "temperament" and/or "type" and have a reasonable understanding about how communication between the parties is likely to be helped or hindered by different preferences. For this reason, the type table can be an extremely useful resource and offer insight to both parties in the coaching relationship. eResource

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Open cooperation helps managers to capitalize on conflict and to harness it positively to help to achieve the team's targets. Conflict can occur for many reasons but Type gives us an interesting filter through which to determine why people may seek to deal with it in very different ways. eResource

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Leadership means different things for different people. For some types, mostly Introverts, leadership means leaving them alone to do their job. Some others, usually NTs, don't want to follow leaders at all. People that prefer Sensing generally want someone to model the behaviors required. For some (SJs) this is in a traditional, authority laden role, for others (SPs) as the leader of action. Some, usually NFs, tend to look for a charismatic leader. eResource

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If we are able to understand the things which stress us and why, we are better able to manage the stress in our lives and avoid the negative consequences that this might bring. We can also better understand other people's stress and find ways to help them to alleviate it in ways which suit them. eResource

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These 16 types and four broad cluster temperaments are indicated in the integrated diagram on the front side of this job aid and a summary list of preferences for each attitude and function is included on the reverse side. eResource

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Tranactional Analysis: Your Adult Ego State is you thinking, feeling and behaving in the here and now appropriately to any stimulus using all the appropriate resources which are available to you. The state has nothing to do with the person's age. It contains those behaviors concerned with collecting information, organizing and analyzing. It operates dispassionately and without emotion. eResource

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Tranactional Analysis: The Child Ego state contains all the impulses that come naturally to an infant. But just as the Parent has different aspects, so does the Child. The Child develops into two parts - the Natural Child and the Adapted Child. eResource

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Transactional Analysis: The Parent Ego state contains the attitudes, feelings and behavior incorporated from external sources, primarily parents. In outward behavior it is divided into two parts: nurturing parent and controlling parent. When in your parent state, you respond automatically, almost as if you had a tape recording playing in your head. Everyone has Parent tapes - some are helpful - they enable us to carry out routine tasks automatically without having to think too much about them. Other tapes can create problems - if a if a Parent tape is triggered automatically in an inappropriate situation. eResource

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Transactional Analysis: These repetitive, devious "game-like" transactions are intended to obtain strokes but instead they reinforce negative feelings and self-concepts, and mask the direct expression of thoughts and emotions. Game players usually assume one of three basic roles: victim, persecutor and rescuer (none of them are positive or healthy adult relating roles). eResource

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Transactional Analysis: According to Berne, early life experiences will determine the person's Existential or Life position. Once decided upon, the Life Position influences how the person thinks, feels and behaves (although through greater awareness it can change over time). There are four basic life positions that are typically displayed in a simple four quadrant grid. These are the segments of "I'm Ok, You're OK", "I'm Ok, You're not OK, "I'm not Ok, You're OK", "I'm not Ok and You're not OK." eResource

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Transactional Analysis: According to Dr Eric Berne, there are six ways people spend time together. One of the purposes of transacting with another is the exchange of strokes. Each form of time structure has an associated intensity of stroke. Withdrawal is at the low end, intimacy is at the high end. eResource

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This model has five value-clusters which are briefly explained in this 2-page document. Additional information is provided on the reverse side of the page. eResource

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